Azon Monthly Stats 9 – Sept 2015

September 2015 Monthly Stats

Oh My Goodness!

Welcome back to the mind blowing post that is our monthly Amazon Stats!

I knew September would get a bit busier and the numbers did not let me down!

Here are our overall results for September (we currently have 3 products selling on Amazon)

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But our main focus is on only one of the products, so to make it relevant to the past months reports and to show you what’s possible with one product I’m going to stick with just that products results;

So here are the sales for the month of September for our main product that we started selling in February;

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Come on! Only $284 off $100k for ONE PRODUCT! Holy cow!

Total Sales (For one product) – $99,716.50

Plus total cost of stock carried forward – $22,038

Costs

Stock & Shipping – $21887

Promotional Expenses – $12181

FBA Fees – $31933

Marketing Costs – $4821

Total Profit – $50,933 (Pre-tax)

Summary

Not much to comment on this month except that the sales have started to climb and I would expect them to continue doing so now through the thanksgiving and christmas period.

We’re consistently working on increasing the visits to our page using both Amazon Ads and a little bit of Google PPC and over the next 3 months our stock costs are going to rise as we account for the extra orders over the holiday period.

So it’s all very exciting stuff and I can’t wait to see what happens between now and January!

How You Can Do It Too

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Keep your eyes & ears out for webinars and updates from Jason Fladlien & Wilson Mattos from Rapid Crush. These are the very clever guys we learnt from and I highly recommend their training programs.

3. Ezra Firestone is a must. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

4. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

5. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Jo :)

To see all our Amazon Monthly Stat reports from the beginning and specific posts about Amazon go here – Our Amazon Journey

 

 

Why I’m So Passionate About This Business Model (and why you should be too!)

As someone who creates training courses and educational products for a living, I have always found it infinitely hard not to take responsibility for the actions of my students.

The simple fact is that you can take a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.

The same is true for online courses. I can provide the tools, the training, the support etc, but I can’t make all my students take the action required to create a successful online business.

And make no mistake about it, running an online business takes a LOT of action!

This is why I’m so incredibly passionate about the Amazon business model.

Not only is it so much simpler and easier to follow than the standard ‘authority’ online business model, but because Amazon have already created the trusted brand and built a huge list of buyers they’ve done 90% of the work normally required from us as online marketers!

This is reflected in the phenomenal results that the students of my Azon for Beginners course are achieving.

Just have a look at some of these incredibly inspirational stories;

Meet Me! Who (along with my partner) after only 5 months of selling on Amazon generated over $100,000 in 30 days!

Meet the crazy Mother & Son Team, Sue & Dan who after just 9 weeks of selling on Amazon have achieved sales of over $25,000 and who’s latest two week payment from Amazon (one of many) was $4245! Bring it on!!!

Meet Graeme, who 6 months into his Amazon journey has generated sales of over $146,000 and will hit $42,000 this month alone! (Listen out for his profit margins!)

Meet Richard, who’s just received a payment from Amazon for $10,400 after only 2 months of selling.

Meet Mark, who started making organic sales within days of launching his product on Amazon.

Meet Gabriella, who received a $2,100 payment from Amazon within her first month!

Meet Elston, who did $18,000 in sales just 3 months after he started selling.

This is the REAL THING!

Here is an online business model that really works for everyone and anyone who wants it.

It doesn’t rely on you as a public figure, or as a prolific content creator or as a technical whizz setting up funnels and products and sales pages etc.

It’s quite simply the easiest, fastest and most beginner friendly way to build an online business I have ever come across.

So don’t waste another minute!

My only regret (along with some of the students) is that I didn’t start earlier!

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Ezra Firestone is my first expert of choice. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

3. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

4. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Jo :)

 

 

Azon Monthly Stats 8 – August 2015

August 2015 Monthly Stats

Hello there!

Welcome back to our Azon Monthly Stats post.

We are now drawing to the end of our 7th month selling on Amazon and the results continue to speak for themselves!

My prediction for this month was for sales to emulate those of July as we have found July & August quieter months and have been trying out some price experiments etc.

So before we look at what we’ve been testing and measuring let’s have a look at the numbers;

So here are our overall results (we currently have 3 products selling on Amazon)

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But our main focus is on only one of the products, so to make it relevant to the past months reports and to show you what’s possible with one product I’m going to stick with just that products results;

So here are the sales for the month of August for our main product that we started selling in February;

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Total Sales (For one product) – $74,864.65

Plus total cost of stock carried forward – $24,688

Costs

Stock & Shipping – $20988

Promotional Expenses – $10452

FBA Fees – $27918

Marketing Costs – $1683

Total Profit – $38,512 (Pre-tax)

Summary

So one of the first things you’ll notice if you look closely enough is that we sold more stock in August than July, but at a lower average price.

That’s because we were running a price experiment in August to see what effect a lower product price would have on our best seller ranking versus a higher spend in Amazon Ads.

The result was that whilst lowering our price did certainly help increase our best seller rank, it was difficult to sustain for any length of time.

Plus our profitability decreased, although not as much as I initially thought it would. In July without stock costs we were running at a profit margin of 44% and after this experiment our margin dropped to 42%.

Any drop is a bad thing of course, so the price has gone back up, the ad spend has gone back up and we’re now focusing on increasing our earnings rather than cutting our costs.

Always good to try these things though!

So as we enter into the run up to Christmas, our stock costs will start to increase as we order enough to cover the (hopeful) rush!

It’s our first Christmas season so we’re playing a bit of a guessing game but we have been led to believe that there may be an increase of sales over the busiest period of up to 500%!

Zowie!

We’ll have to wait and see.

So I’m expecting sales to start to rise through September and continue growing all the way through to early to mid Jan, giving us a very nice start to 2016!

So that’s it for now. I do hope you’ve found this post useful.

How You Can Do It Too

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Keep your eyes & ears out for webinars and updates from Jason Fladlien & Wilson Mattos from Rapid Crush. These are the very clever guys we learnt from and I highly recommend their training programs.

3. Ezra Firestone is a must. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

4. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

5. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Jo :)

To see all our Amazon Monthly Stat reports from the beginning and specific posts about Amazon go here – Our Amazon Journey

 

 

Selling on Amazon – Your Questions Answered!

Hey There!

I have been inundated recently with questions regarding selling on Amazon.

If you haven’t yet seen our latest monthly stats post you can do so here – Amazon Monthly Stats – July 2015

So in answer to the emails, FB messages, comments and helpdesk tickets I’ve been receiving, here are the answers to the most common questions;

1. What is Amazon FBA?

FBA stands for Fulfillment by Amazon. In other words you store your products in Amazon’s fulfillment centers and they pick, pack and distribute your products while also offering full customer service including returns & refunds etc.

This allows you to focus on what’s important such as promoting and marketing your products.

2. What is Private Labelling?

Private-label products are typically those manufactured by one company for offer under another company’s brand. (Wikipedia)

So another company manufacture’s a product which you then purchase at cost and brand as your own.

We typically source our products in China as the manufacturing costs are lower allowing us to achieve a greater profit margin when selling the product on Amazon.

3. Do I have to source from China?

We typically source from China to keep costs down, however private labelled goods are manufactured world wide, so you can source from wherever you prefer or can get a good price.

4. How much money do I need to get started?

This is important, as unlike many online business opportunities, you will need up front investment for your stock & for shipping that stock to the Amazon fulfilment centers.

The cost of your initial product really depends on the product you choose, so the lighter and cheaper it is the less up front investment.

It could be as low as $800 or as high as $5000 for your first stock order, it depends on how good your negotiation skills are!

We started with $1300 for 500 units and then reinvested the profits back in to the business for the next stock order.

See our monthly stats posts for a run down of income vs costs.

5. Are there any extra fees / costs?

As with all businesses, there are always going to be extra costs you need to account for, but they will vary greatly depending on the different choices you make as your business grows.

To start with as well as your stock costs, there is a fee of $40 for selling on Amazon which is paid monthly.

They also charge you storage, handling and referral fees, but these only come off when you make a sale. So they are not extra funds that need to be found.

You may want to invest in one of the software options out there that make life easier when sourcing / listing products. These typically range from $30 / month to one off fees of $100 or so. Which ones you choose to invest in is entirely dependant on you.

Then once you are up and selling you will definitely want to start investing in some more advertising options. You may want to write & submit press releases, use Amazon PPC, run social media campaigns, outsource some of the daily tasks etc. It’s almost impossible to predict what your specific costs will be.

But the idea of any business is to keep costs low as the business grows, reinvest your profits, and ensure all advertising is an investment not a cost, i.e., you get a return on your investment.

6. How much time do I need to invest?

This is a very tough question to answer, as in all honesty, the answer is whatever time you have to dedicate to it.

If you treat it like a full time business, you’ll get full time results, If you do it part time you’ll get part time results.

In other words the more time you have to dedicate to it, the faster you’ll get results.

Like everything in life you get out what you put in.

So I guess the better question is, can I start this part time while running my other business / doing my other job.

The best way to answer that is to give you an example of one of our students who had 3 jobs when he started his Amazon business.

6 months down the line, he has given up 2 of them and is about to sack the 3rd job to do this full time.

So Yes you can start this while funding yourself through other means and it won’t take long before this out funds your other means!

7. Why do you sell in the US?

We sell in the US because it’s the biggest market and therefore the lowest hanging fruit.

Of course the method can be replicated anywhere in the world there are Amazon fulfilment centers, but we highly recommend cutting your teeth where there is the most business.

8. What If I’m Not Based in the US?

We have students from Australia, the UK, Malaysia, Europe, South Africa and all over the world. It really doesn’t matter where you are based, you will still trade in the US.

The business model is such that you will arrange manufacture of your goods in say China and then will get them shipped directly to the US, so the only time you may lay eyes on your product is when ordering a sample for yourself.

You do not need to create a business entity in the US. In fact you do not need a business entity at all, (although later you may find for tax purposes it is beneficial to do so).

You can set yourself or your business up as a seller on Amazon.com wherever you are based in the world and sell your goods in the US.

Please note we do not offer advise on how to set yourself up as a business and urge you to speak to a qualified professional, ie an accountant in your own country if you wish to go down this route.

9. Is Amazon saturated and won’t us new sellers be competing against each other?

With over 240 million customers and hundreds of thousands of products we have a long way to go to reach saturation.

Add to that Jeff Bezo’s lofty goals and future predictions for the growth of Amazon and I can confidently say the time is NOW!

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10. How does Amazon pay me?

You get a direct payment into your nominated bank account every 2 weeks, which is made up of total sales revenue minus FBA fees & expenses.

11. Are there any technical skills required?

None whatsoever, that’s one of the things I love about this business model.

If you are happy to simply sell your products on Amazon then all you need is to get your head round Amazons platform (not difficult), be able to use email and / or Skype to communicate with suppliers and have unwavering tenacity and a strong work ethic.

If long term you decide to expand your business beyond Amazon, then at that stage you may start to consider a website, your own brand growth etc. But to get started, no tech skills required.

12. Do you offer any training / coaching on building an Amazon business?

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Keep your eyes & ears out for webinars and updates from Jason Fladlien & Wilson Mattos from Rapid Crush. These are the very clever guys we learnt from and I highly recommend their training programs.

3. Ezra Firestone is a must. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

4. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

5. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Summary

I do hope this has helped to answer a lot of your questions.

This is really a work in progress and if I have missed anything or you have any further questions please ask below and I will update this post to include them.

In the meantime, please ensure you have downloaded my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook to understand the 4 key steps to getting your Amazon business off the ground and do check out the ecommerce section of the blog to read all about our very exciting journey on Amazon!

Thanks for reading and don’t hesitate to ask your questions below, I’m here to help!

Jo :)

 

 

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Azon Monthly Stats 7 – July 2015

July 2015 Monthly Stats

Hey Hey!

Welcome back to our Azon Monthly Stats post. If you have been reading our journey along the way you will have been witness to our meteoric rise to over $100k in monthly sales last month.

Azon Monthly Stats 6 – June 2015

What a journey!

July has been another mind blowing month so let’s have a look at the numbers and then we’ll discuss the results below;

So here are our overall results (we currently have 3 products selling on Amazon)

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But our main focus is on only one of the products, so to make it relevant to the past months reports and to show you what’s possible with one product I’m going to stick with just that products results;

So here are the sales for the month of July for our main product that we started selling in February;

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Total Sales (For one product) – $73,830.35

Plus total cost of stock carried forward – $20,850

Costs

Stock & Shipping – $15889

Promotional Expenses – $13331

FBA Fees – $28314

Marketing Costs – $6238

Total Profit – $30,908 (Pre-tax)

Summary

I’ve been asked via some emails from my community just to explain the numbers a little more, so here we go;

  1. Sales is self explanatory, that includes the total amount of revenue from products sold
  2. Stock carried forward is the number of units we have left to sell multiplied by what it costs us to get them to Amazon. So that is the cost price of our stock in hand
  3. Stock & Shipping is what we have paid during the month for new stock to be delivered
  4. Promotional Expenses are costs taken from the sales. So these are not extra funds that have to be found for marketing purposes. These are taken at the point of sale and are the difference between the sale price and any discounts or offers you give for your products. One of the key strategies to ranking your products on Amazon is to discount / give away a percentage of your stock. That’s what this number is for. You’ll notice this month was quite high for us and I’ll talk about why that is a bit more below
  5. FBA Fees. Another expense taken at the point of sale. These are the fees you pay to Amazon for the pick, pack and distribution of your product
  6. Marketing Costs. These are extra costs we have invested in other marketing strategies, namely Amazon Sponsored Ads. But if we were to start doing Google Ads or FB Ads (as we are soon), that’s where those costs would show

I hope that helps explain the numbers a bit more!

So let’s have a quick look at what’s happened this month.

Firstly why have sales slowed and are we concerned?

The simple answer is we’re not concerned in the slightest and further investigation (chats with other sellers) tells us that this is quite common at this time of year.

That makes sense really. Summer holidays are upon us, people are going on hols, are busy with the kids etc etc. It’s our first year of doing this so a lot of this is guesswork, but there are bound to be patterns in the retail industry and I would say that a downturn over summer holidays isn’t a surprise.

Plus we still did $90k’s worth of sales so I’m not too worried at this stage!!! :)

However we do feel there are a couple of other reasons sales dropped this month.

Firstly Summer Hols have hit us too, as in, my daughter is off from school, we’ve been travelling a bit as a family and therefore have not been dedicating as much time to the business as we were in previous months.

The lesson here is that this business needs systems and resources to maintain sales velocity. Yes you get into what I call the Amazon slip stream, but it still needs tickling every single day to keep the sales high.

NB: We still did $90,000 in revenues even though we weren’t at it every day. That’s a pretty darn good indication of how good this system is!

Secondly at the point we were riding very high and had got our BSR down to 15 in our top level category, all of a sudden Amazon made our listing inactive. It took us a couple of days to get resolved and get back selling, but in that time our BSR dropped quite dramatically and therefore so did our sales.

Unfortunately we never got a satisfactory reason from Amazon as to why this happened. Just a couple of departments blaming it on the other department, but nevertheless, it set us back.

The lesson here is that no matter how well you’re doing, you must remember you are using a third party platform. This is not your home and you have very little control. Now that can be scary for some, but don’t let it stop you, you can still make a lot of money and do very well, but unfortunately when using a third party there will come frustrations!

Our Predictions Moving Forward

For us, this first year is really an experimental year.

We’re also running a training group while growing our own products and so we’re probably a bit more experimental than your average seller as we want to learn as much as we can to show our students.

So towards the end of July and moving forward into August we have started playing with price points and giving away more product (hence the hike in promotional expenses) and also what I’m super excited about is our expansion into external marketing and promotion strategies like FB Ads & Google PPC.

So more on the results of all our experiments as we go, but our predictions are as follows;

August – Sales will be roughly around the same as July. Maybe even slightly less as we’re trying out a price point experiment to see if dramatically dropping the price over time to increase the BSR is more cost effective than Amazon Ad Costs. We’ll report back and show our findings in the August post.

September – Sales will start to increase as kids return to school, businesses fire back up and people begin preparation for Thanksgiving & Christmas. We may go straight back up to similar numbers to June here, if not it’ll be darn close, however we will be starting to spend a decent amount on stock for the Christmas period, so profits will probably be lower.

October – We’ll start smashing our predictions out of the park, but as per September we’ll also be spending a lot of money on inventory to make sure we don’t run out over the Christmas period, so profits will be low again this month.

November / December / January – well that remains to be seen! All indications say we’ll increase sales by as much as 5X, but we don’t know yet, so we’ll let you know when it happens!

So that’s it for now. I do hope you’ve found this post useful.

How You Can Do It Too

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Keep your eyes & ears out for webinars and updates from Jason Fladlien & Wilson Mattos from Rapid Crush. These are the very clever guys we learnt from and I highly recommend their training programs.

3. Ezra Firestone is a must. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

4. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

5. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Jo :)

To see all our Amazon Monthly Stat reports from the beginning and specific posts about Amazon go here – Our Amazon Journey

 

 

Azon Monthly Stats – June 2015

BOOM!

What a month!

Our goal for this month was $75,000 worth of sales and we smashed it!

Let’s look at the numbers;

Now let me tell you we currently have 3 products selling on Amazon, but two of them are in their infancy, so I’ve only been sharing each month the results from our one main product.

So firstly here are our sales results overall for the month of June;

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But to make it relevant to the past months reports and to show you what’s possible with one product I’m going to stick with just the one product results.

So here’s the sales for the month of June for our main product that we started selling in February;

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Total Sales (For one product) – $90,959.35

Plus total cost of stock carried forward – $18,833

Costs

Stock & Shipping – $23935

Promotional Expenses – $3556

FBA Fees – $29675

Marketing Costs – $4442

Total Profit – $48,184 (Pre-tax)

Summary

An absolutely phenomenal result for the month, achieved by simply doing something every single day to increase our sales, our BSR and our keyword rankings.

The big thing we focused on this month was using Amazon Ads to boost the sales by really focusing in on the keywords that work.

It takes a few days for stats to catch up on Amazon unfortunately so you have to be patient and really only test one strategy at a time to see if it works, but by looking at the keywords that have the largest impressions and the highest conversion rates allows us to bid competitively for those keywords and get lots of exposure.

Plus we are convinced that if you show Amazon a little love, they show you some love back and as you can see from the numbers you don’t have to be spending a ton of cash on Ads to see great results!

One of the keywords we really focused on for June was Fathers Day! As a result we got a LOT of exposure and our sales increased quite dramatically helping us to get as high as a BSR of 15 in our main category.

So a key tip is to look around you for special events / holidays etc coming up and create a plan to capitalise on those!

All in all very exciting times and the model continues to blow my mind as I see our numbers just grow and grow!

What’s really exciting though are the results from some of our students in our Amazon Coaching Program.

Here’s a screenshot from a post in our group just a couple of days ago;

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And here’s a response to Graemes post from another student!;

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It’s brilliant isn’t it!

How You Can Do It Too

Unfortunately our training program Azon for Beginners is now closed for the foreseeable future. But there are lots of resources out there to help you with your journey.

1. This blog! Keep an eye out for update posts, tips and strategies for growing your Amazon business and be sure to download my The Beginners Guide to Building a Business on Amazon ebook which walks you through the 4 key steps to starting and growing an ecommerce business on Amazon

2. Keep your eyes & ears out for webinars and updates from Jason Fladlien & Wilson Mattos from Rapid Crush. These are the very clever guys we learnt from and I highly recommend their training programs.

3. Ezra Firestone is a must. Having been in the ecommerce game for over 10 years now he is a man of great experience and is happy to share his experiences with you. You can find him here – http://smartmarketer.com/

4. Scott Voelker is an Amazon Seller and runs a popular weekly podcast on how to start, grow and build your Amazon Business.

5. Chris Guthrie, also an experienced Amazon seller runs a blog which not only helps with selling on Amazon but also covers general online entrepreneurialism. Also from time to time he also opens his Amazon Selling coaching program which specialises in helping you to grow and build your own profitable Amazon business, plus he’s just launched a new podcast dedicated to Amazon sellers.

As I find more resources I’ll be sure to add them to my posts. In the meantime I hope these help!

Jo :)

To see all our Amazon Monthly Stat reports from the beginning and specific posts about Amazon go here – Our Amazon Journey